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Individuals and businesses confronted with the ominous powers of the IRS and local taxing authorities face potentially serious consequences. The technical world of tax disputes is not for the inexperienced. Mishandling a tax controversy can have devastating ramifications.

The tax litigators at Anderson & Jahde, including former IRS trial lawyers, have extensive experience handling civil and criminal tax disputes and trials. Since opening our doors in Colorado 19 years ago, our tax attorneys have solved countless tax problems with solutions as unique as each client.

Attorneys, accountants and other professionals often call upon our Colorado Tax lawyers to solve their clients’ and their own tax problems. Even former IRS employees look to Anderson & Jahde for help and have referred their family and friends to us. Whether individual, corporate or international, the Denver Tax attorneys at Anderson & Jahde have the know-how and experience you require.

 

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Beware of IRS Impersonators

Monday, August 22nd, 2016

Beware of IRS Impersonators A lot of honest taxpayers are being robbed by tricky IRS impersonation scams. These people are not real IRS employees, just thieves. If you are contacted by someone claiming to be an IRS employee, here are a few things to keep in mind: If you receive an automated message or a […]

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What is a Hobby Loss?

Tuesday, January 26th, 2016

The IRS frequently disallows deductions for activities it believes are “not engaged in for profit.” “Hobby Losses”, as the IRS calls them, often involve expenses for horse or dog breeding activities, small scale farming, small livestock operations, airplanes, etc. Because these businesses often grow out of hobbies, they tend to be started without adequate business […]

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IRS Admits to Using Secret Cellphone Tracking Systems

Friday, October 30th, 2015

As reported by the Washington Times, Internal Revenue Service Commissioner John Koskinen admitted this week that the agency uses secret cellphone tracking systems, known as cell-site simulators, or StingRays, to collect information about people they are investigating. This finding has sparked an inquiry by two top U.S. senators into the use of these tracking systems. […]

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